Administration of vitamins

Administration of vitamins

When should you give your baby vitamins?

Breastfed babies:
– from 8 day of life to the end 3 month – vitamins K + D3,
– from 4 month – vitamin D3,

In the case of a therapeutic dose of vitamin D3 (on prescription):
– from 8 day of life to the end 3 month – vitamin K,

Formula fed babies
– from the first days of life for over 4 months – vitamin D3,

We do not give vitamin K to artificially fed children, because it is contained in milk,

Mixed feeding:
– from the first days of life for over 4 months – vitamin D3,

We do not give vitamin K to artificially fed children, because it is contained in formula milk.

How to administer vitamins easily and conveniently?

Please see our guide.

Ways of administering vitamins:
– in drops, measured with a dropper on a teaspoon,
– in twist off capsules,
– in drops with a dosing pump.

Vitamins are given according to the doctor's recommendations or in accordance with the content of the leaflet attached to the product.

Do not add a dose of the formulation to the mixture bottle, because the actual amount of vitamin taken by the child cannot be estimated.

Thanks to the dosing pump you will provide the baby:

precise dosing:
-you have control over the correct dose of vitamins, you always give the same amount of preparation,
– you are not wasting the vitamin preparation.

security:
– the child is not exposed to a foreign body in the esophagus.

hygienic administration:
– you are not in direct contact with the preparation (you don't touch the vitamin with your hands),
– you do not get dirty / you do not grease your hands and clothes,
– you do not spill the preparation with a teaspoon.

secure, precise and hygienic application of vitamins:
– you do not expose your baby to choking,
– 2 pressing the pump accurately measures the recommended dose of vitamins K and D3,
-by giving the preparation directly into the mouth, you will not soil yourself and your baby.